I think an INTJ is equally capable of this. To me (in the movie) he didn't strike me as an F, and he appeared to be supremely confident in what he was doing.
I edited the post to make more sense. An INFJ is generally more compassionate and cares about the people around them. An INTJ would probably be more in it from himself, due partly to a tertiary Fi function, which is motivated by personal desires.
Compare Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold (both INTJs, probably) to Muhatma Gandhi (an INFJ)